5 Plants and Flowers That Bring Good Luck and Positive Energy

5 Plants and Flowers That Bring Good Luck and Positive Energy

With St. Patrick’s Day celebrations having just gone, and the beautiful spring sunshine finally making an appearance, we thought we’d turn our attention to some flowers and plants that bring good luck and attract positive energy. Because who doesn’t need some of that in their lives right now?

We all know that plants and flowers can boost mood and promote positivity, but we’ll bet you didn’t know that some are thought to be especially lucky! Read on to find out our top 5 lucky lovelies:


It’s said that including hydrangeas in flower arrangements invites good fortune into one's home. Purple hydrangeas are said to be particularly lucky as they symbolize abundance and prosperity. Good thing hydrangeas are one of our favourite flowers to use when designing!

Peonies (Available Mid to late May through June)

Heavenly-scented, lush, and fluffy, peonies symbolize good luck, fertility, love, and success. Peonies are also said to be popular for marking the start of a new year. 


Treasured across Asia, mums are known for being good luck flowers. They are also a symbol of longevity in China, with gold and yellow chrysanthemums being particularly lucky. In Chinese culture gold chrysanthemums are said to represent wealth and prosperity.


Orchids have previously been associated with fertility, and so these gorgeous and exotic plants are great gifts for new parents. Believed to also attract love and deepen friendships, an orchid is a great choice for just about any recipient.  

Snake Plant

Snake plants do a great job of purifying the air. Their vertical sword-like appearance symbolizes slashing negative energy. Yes please! 

Luckily for you, we usually stock the plants and flowers listed above in store. Come check out our selection here, available for pickup or delivery within the GTA, and add a little good fortune to your life!

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